Down in Florida last night the best line of the cage fight was nonchalantly delivered by Ron Paul. "...that debate doesn't interest me very much."
He was addressing the unzipped front-runners, two-handedly swinging their members at one another about whose investments were least horrible.
Paul's contribution was his usual, that is, consistent view that (a) presidential debates ought to be about policy and (b) no policy will work well until Washington learns arithmetic and weans itself from ever-flowing tit of fiat money. That actually got a passing reaction from Mitt and Newt, essentially, "Good point in a way, (pause) but my balls really are brazenbigger than Mitt's (or Newt's.)"
Welcome to the great national dialog as it is understood by most of the GOP and all -- every one -- of the famous heads who agree that the morning-after headline must proclaim that Mitt added three inches.